The High Commission of Canada to Nigeria has finally proceeded to reports that it asked the Nigerian government to release one million Nigerians for the Canadian government to fill six million job vacancies.
The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has implored with Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari, to allow one million Nigerians enter Canada under a new Employment and Migration Programme depict for immigrants,” the report noted.
“We can’t undermine or leave the contribution of immigrants in Canada’s development especially our brothers and sisters from Nigeria.”
The report repeats a spokesperson for the Canadian Labour Department, Shadrack Scott as saying, “The programme’s website will be float next week and all available jobs will be listed. Currently, there are over 6 million vacancies and we are hoping that Buhari allows at least one million people from Nigeria.”
However, the tweet notifies that “If you see a story online about moving to Canada that appears too good to be true – shine your eyes well-well.”
It added “If you’ve seen this link on your social media timeline, don’t fall for it. This story is not true.
“For REAL information about traveling to Canada, go to http://www.cic.gc.ca.”
According to the Commission, “Over 4,200 Nigerians were accepting for permanent residency in Canada in 2017, which is nearly double the number from the year prior.
“Nigerians in Canada make important benefaction to both countries.”Do you want to be the first to get these news,updates and vital info?